About Glengoyne Whisky Distillery
1 100 000 litres
Dumgoyne by Killearn, Glasgow G63 9LB
Ian Macleod Distillers
Old Killearn, Dumgoyne, Stirlingshire
The distillery is licensed under the name Burnfoot Distilleries by the Edmonstone family.
George Connell is replaced as licensee
Archibald C. McLelland takes over.
Lang Brothers buys the distillery and changes the name to Glenguin.
The name changes to Glengoyne.
Own floor maltings ceases.
– Robertson & Baxter takes over Lang Brothers and the distillery is refurbished.
Glengoyne Scottish Oak Finish (16 years old) is launched as the first single malt stored in Scottish oak casks.
Ian MacLeod Distillers Ltd buys the distillery plus the brand Langs from the Edrington Group for £7.2 million.
A 12 year old cask strength is released.
Relaunch of Scottish Oak Finish (15 years old). Limited editions of a 19 year old, a 32 year old and a 37 year old cask strength are launched.
Nine “choices” from Stillmen, Mashmen and Manager are released. The 10 and 17 year olds are relaunched.
A new version of the 21 year old, two Warehousemen´s Choice, Vintage 1972 and two single casks are released.
A 16 year old shiraz cask finish and a 40 year old are released.
Reproduced from the Malt Whisky Yearbook 2009 with the kind permission of Mr Ingvar Ronde